Transcript for Donald Trump Discusses 2016 New Hampshire Primary Win
They're not the only ones smiling. Donald Trump is smiling. Look at the size of his victory, almost 20 points over John kasich. I spoke with him moments ago. Mr. Trump, congratulations on the big victory last night. You did even better than the final polls so did that surprise you? Well, we were getting just great signals about every rally and many would show up. Many more than we anticipated so getting a lot of signals. It's a great place, new Hampshire. I love the people and they were reflective of it. It was a great evening. What is the one thing you think is the key to your victory? Well, I talk about trade and it started out with trade and military and pro-tect the vets. Then after Paris it was a whole different thing. It became security, George. People wanted security and because I'm by far the strongest on the border and I'm not just talking about the wall but the border, it morphed into the security of our country and, you know, the military and Isis and we're going to knock the hell out of Isis and that's where it all is right now but it really did. It started off with trade and how we're losing so much to so many including China, Japan, et cetera, Mexico. But it's very much now about that but also about the military and protection. The divided opposition and a lot will stay in straight through South Carolina. Are you ready for them to come after you. I am ready but it's a little bit of a misnomer. As people drop out I'll get some of those Numbers. I saw one group, not you but they added up like five opponents and said if you add up the results of these five people they're even or even above Mr. Trump and I said to myself, wait a minute, I'm going to get some of those votes also, a lot of them so I think, you know, there's a little bit of faulty thinking. I'd be very happy if they'd get out and I'm very happy that they stay in. Right now it looks like I have a quite a few in. Who is your chief opponent right now. I think they're all good. They're all talented people and they've been governors, senators. They are right now in some cases golfers, senators and it's a talented lot. But I think we have a message that's really better than their message. As you go forward into the rest of the country in a bigger stage, any adjustments to your message? Well, I guess you hone it a little bit. People said I've become better as time goes by. Maybe you could tell me that. I'm not sure, perhaps you would. Perhaps you wouldn't but I think you do. You know, with experience, I've never been a politician before, George. I never did this before. I've created jobs. I'll be a great job -- last night I said I'll be the greatest jobs producer that god ever created and I will. I know where the jobs are and we'll bring them back from China, from Mexico, from all over and, you know, that's what I do and, frankly, I've become a politician. Seven months ago I became a politician but I've become very comfortable with it. I think the debate is very important. The debating is very important. I didn't realize how important, I guess, until this last debate. And the next one is Saturday night. Congratulations on the victory, Mr. Trump. See you on the trail. Thank you very much, George. He's got a real head of steam. He does and he's right about the debates going forward. Now to the latest on that
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